After embarking on her singer-songwriter career at the age of just 15, London-born artist Tiggi Hawke has evolved past her softly resonating melodic roots into a breakout creator. Today, her sound revolves around intensely personal lyrics and creative blends of pop and electronic music, best demonstrated by her deep house-inspired June release, "Electric Sun.
With her most recent track, "High Season," released on November 27th, Hawke continues in the electronic-centric style of "Electric Sun." This time, however, she dives into the depths of bass music. Hawke's sugary sweet vocals draw a sharp, compelling contrast to the single's heavy, intensity-building downbeats and explosive drops. The blossoming Hawke described "High Season" best, calling it "a crazy vortex of double meanings" in a press release.